Simple Energy starts deliveries of its Super EV – Simple ONE
Launched at Rs 1,45,000 (Ex-Showroom, Bengaluru), the new Super EV has received more than 1,00,000 bookings.
Simple Energy, the Bengaluru-based electric vehicle and clean energy start-up, today commenced deliveries of its revolutionary product, the Super EV - Simple ONE. The company plans to facilitate deliveries in a phased manner starting from Bengaluru, which was officially debuted on May 23.
Launched at Rs 1,45,000 (Ex-Showroom, Bengaluru), the new Super EV has received more than 1,00,000 bookings. With its advanced engineering and state-of-the-art battery technology, the 2-wheeler EV promises to revolutionize urban mobility and redefine the way people commute.
Suhas Rajkumar, Founder and CEO, Simple Energy, said, “We are elated to commence the deliveries of the Simple ONE, starting with customers in Bengaluru. We are all proud of the hard work and dedication of our team in creating a holistic product that is both sustainable and an efficient transportation option for our customers. We are confident that we will be successful in creating a delightful ownership experience for our customers and believe that Simple ONE will revolutionize the segment by creating a greener future."
Simple ONE boasts an impressive range of 212 kms, making it the longest-range E2W in India, ideal for daily commuting needs. It features an indigenous and powerful electric motor that delivers swift acceleration, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable riding experience. Additionally, the vehicle is equipped with state-of-the-art safety features and smart connectivity options, making it a truly futuristic mode of transportation. Simple ONE is also the fastest E2W in its segment, sprinting to 0-40 kmph at a whopping 2.77 seconds. Furthermore, it is the first e-scooter to come with a thermal management system, developed collaboratively with IIT-Indore, helping mitigate any thermal runaways.
Simple Energy is committed to providing exceptional customer service and ensuring a seamless delivery experience for its customers. The company has put in place a robust distribution network and is working closely with authorized dealers to ensure timely deliveries and efficient after-sales support. Furthermore, the company plans to expand its retail operations to 40-50 cities through a network of 160-180 retail stores.
Early this year, the Bengaluru-based start-up, inaugurated its new manufacturing plant, Simple Vision 1.0, in Shoolagiri, Tamil Nadu, and has an installed annual capacity of approximately 10 lakhs units. With more products in the pipeline and its core focus on R&D, Simple Energy aims to be at the forefront of the ongoing global transition to green mobility.
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